9 thoughts on “We all want Glazer out but is there anyone better?

  1. i agree. although i want to see the glazers out they have not done a bad job. we did win 3 titles in a row and got to 2 champions league finals and won one of them under the glazers before this season. im sure it is in their interest that man utd continue to challenge at the highest level so i am not worried at all for the moment.

  2. My major objection is the fact that the Glazers have taken us from a debt free club to one that is in debt up to its neck….they bought the club with moeny borrowed against the assets of the club….how can that be right? This is a result of the freewheeling, uncontrolled and irresponsible financial climate that existed at the time. This kind of leveraged buyout would not be possible today….we haemorrhage money at an alarming rate just to service the debt. We also seem to be a piggy bank for the Glazer family to dip into whenever they feel like it.

    I don’t for one minute accept that SAF is telling it like it is. He has always played the political game as far as the Glazers are concerned. There is value in the market…we simply don’t appear to have the funds….

  3. Well said my friend. This is the most reasoned assessment I have come across and I for one fully agree with you further more I believe our supporters are damaging the Brand Name of Manchester United and the team. I think we should get on with and try to protest in a more civil manner thus not attracting the media spot-light and believe me they are having a field day enjoying every minute of it.

  4. “Like many thousands of Manchester United fans, I cannot wait for the day when the Glazer family sell up and go back to their many other interests in America.”

    — They haven’t got any; they’ve all gone tits up. Only United left to go and they’ll have a clean sweep.

  5. Fergie is right, theres no value as even average 20m or less players are put at 30-50m and its pathetic, why should we waste our cash because others are. Fergie no value line isnt new either as hes used it for years and doesnt get taken for a ride. we have a great squad and awesome youth and dont need to waste cash on players, maybe one more signing. we are the biggest in the world and dont need to overspend on players to stay at the top. bruce, tampa bay bucs still stand and like us, they hate the glazers

  6. the cash is there, Fergie just doesnt think we need loads of signings and he is right as usual.. we have the right squad and talented youth aswell as 2 new signings already and dont need to spend big as we will still challenge for the league and in europe and some fans need to stop worrying over the next season as we wll win the premier league and do so without wasting money on not needed signings. the glazers willgo one day and we will still be the biggest club in the game and its all thanks to Fergie.

  7. You make some good points. Nevertheless our situation could be better. We could be sold to an owner who doesn’t have huge debt, leaving us more money to spend on players. Or we could be refloated on the stockmarket again. The likely £20m – 30m a year in dividends we would have to pay is much smaller than our current interest payments.

    There are tax advantages to the Glazers’ setup (basically we don’t pay tax). But even allowing for that we would be better of with alternative arrangements.

    The real problem is that the Glazers may not be in a position to finance the spending that is necessary to keep United competitive. That could make us drop out of the top four and lose more money, sell players and plummet down the league.

  8. we all knw dat Glazer is having a huge dept and he can get rid of that by making someone else as the caretaker of UNITED , it isnt that Glazer wll not get money for that the will get a huge amont and wid that the can fullfil his dept and then he will live his life and let the UNITED fans live .Common Glazer dont spoil the beutiful history of UNITED !

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